Lots of people picture empty deserts and the Grand Canyon when they think of Arizona, but Arizona has so much more to offer. You can find unique slot canyons, red rocks and mesas, amazing wildflowers and sunsets, and even lush forests throughout the state.
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One of Flagstaff's best hikes, the Inner Basin Trail wanders through an extremely photogenic grove of beautiful white aspens.
The Fossil Creek Wilderness Area is an oasis destination attracting hikers, sunbathers, cliff-jumpers, and swimmers to its crystal clear water
Only accessible through Lake Powell, Labyrinth Slot Canyon has the same colorful sandstone walls as the famous Antelope Canyon.. but without the crowds and fees!
Blue Pool Wash is a fun slot canyon Page, AZ with down climbs, pools of water, and even car remains from the highway that runs overhead.
The picturesque and world-renown Antelope Canyon is a perfect representation of a stunning American southwest slot canyon.
Horseshoe Bend never ceases to take my breath away, and no pictures on the internet can compre to what you'll see standing at the ledge
If you need a place to stay for cheap while visiting Page, AZ, this was our favorite campsite in the area with its soft sand and incredible Lake Powell views.
A top dog-friendly and short hike in Sedona, AZ, Devil's Bridge is a natural stone arch you can walk directly over, making the perfect photo op
Oak Creek has some of the best fall foliage in the area, and what better way to experience the vivid hues than to camp among the colorful trees?
Characterized by multiple bright turquoise waterfalls flowing from brilliant red rock, Havasu Falls is truly a unique destination.
The Grand Canyon is a must do backpacking trip for any hiker. Bright Angel is a gorgeous campground, and our hike to Ribbon Falls is was the perfect day hike